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Timbre Suite

Label: Postcards
Released: 2008

Album

Postcards

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Pumpkin; Postcards From Abroad; Wisdom...1st things 1st; Creative Force; Hatteras Reflection; Copenhagen; Orchid; Grace; Penna Creek; The Heathrow Shuffle.

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Article: Album Review

Tri-Fi: Postcards

Read "Postcards" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Refreshingly radiant, the second release by the piano trio known as Tri-Fi is a hopeful session of original music. The trio of pianist Matthew Fries, drummer Keith Hall and bassist Phil Palombi was originally formed as the rhythm section for vocalist Curtis Stigers, but they have gone on to tour and record together as a working ...

Album

Harlem Sunset

Label: Postcards
Released: 2006
Track listing: Another Planet; Excuse Me Now; I Want To Talk About You; Club 609; The Wizard; Circle Dance; We (To Kristen And Me); Harlem Sunset.

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Article: Album Review

Chip White: Harlem Sunset

Read "Harlem Sunset" reviewed by Nic Jones


Chip White has a hell of a band here, but the fact that he provided it with almost an entire programme of stimulating material is what makes this a disc worth frequently returning to. Additionally, the quartet of White, Gary Bartz, Steve Nelson and Buster Williams offers such a captivating reading of “I Want To Talk ...

Album

As

Label: Postcards
Released: 2000

Album

Then & Now

Label: Postcards
Released: 2000

Album

Seasons of Romance

Label: Postcards
Released: 2000

Album

I Will

Label: Postcards
Released: 2000

Album

Hints on Light and Shadow

Label: Postcards
Released: 2000


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